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Tilt & Turn Windows

Daventry & Northamptonshire

Tilt & Turn Windows for Style and Easy Maintenance

Dual Purpose Versatile Windows

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Tilt & Turn for Easy Access

Tilt & Turn windows do exactly what it sounds like. You can turn the handle one way to open like a casement window and the other to tilt open. These innovative windows combine the benefits of a large area of glass with easy cleaning and excellent ventilation. The innovative tilt-and-turn mechanism enables the window to be opened inwards from the top for safe and easy cleaning from within your home.

You can even have Tilt and Turn Doors which are ideal for Juliet balconies.

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Secure Tilt & Turn Windows

Our tilt and turn windows are fitted with the latest hardware and locking mechanisms. Tilt & Turn windows are often chosen for apartments partly for ease of cleaning but also because, in small homes, maximum ventilation is important. Full-length windows can be opened securely knowing that unwanted intruders can’t get in.

All of our windows are fitted with a locking handle as standard so you can have peace of mind knowing that your windows are keeping your family and home safe.

Aluminium Tilt & Turn Windows

Tilt and turn windows are available in aluminium or uPVC. The main advantages of aluminium are the slim frames and durability, so your windows will look great for longer. Some of our aluminium windows carry a whopping 25-year guarantee and are accredited with the police initiative – ‘Secured by Design’.

If you’re looking for a window that offers excellent security, ease of access, and inward opening, then tilt and turn windows could be the perfect solution for your home.

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Inward Opening for Easy Access

Tilt and turn windows allow for controlled secure ventilation by tilting inward, or they may be fully opened like a casement window for cleaning and easier access. Tilt & turn windows are a practical solution for homeowners in Daventry and beyond, especially those with upper floors where the windows are inaccessible for cleaning.

You can combine tilt and turn with other styles if you only have windows that you can’t get to in particular areas such as a third floor.

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Casement Windows for Classic Style

Casement windows are one of the most popular styles of windows, thanks to their flexibility, energy efficiency, and classic look. Casement windows are hinged on one side, which could be the top or bottom, and open outward. This allows for maximum ventilation and views, making them a great option for any room in your home.

They suit almost any home and are available in aluminium and uPVC.

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Flush Windows that Look Like Timber

Flush windows look great with any house style, but they are particularly popular in traditional residences. Flush sash window profiles are a great alternative to wooden windows and doors. The profile looks similar to that of timber so is sympathetic to historic styles while also incorporating modern technology.

Flush windows are more popular in uPVC but recently aluminium window manufacturers have also come up with great alternatives to timber.

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Traditional Sliding Sash Windows

One of the greatest advances in glazing technology has to be the modern sliding sash window. With mock horns, Georgian styling, and stained glass options you can hardly tell the difference to look at. You will notice the difference in thermal efficiency and ease of use.

No more tugging at windows that have been painted shut and have warped over winter.

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Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

Visit Bay Windows Page.

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Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We’ve partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choices.

Visit Aluminium Windows Page.

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Casement Windows You'll Love Coming Home to

Casement windows are characterised by the hinging on one side. Most often they are hinged on the side to open like a door but can also be top hinged and even bottom hinged.

At Styleglaze we'll guide you through the options to make sure that you choose the right windows for your home.

Learn more about casement windows.

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Flush

Flush Windows that Look Like Timber

Flush windows look great with any house style, but they are particularly popular in traditional residences. Flush sash window profiles are a great alternative to wooden windows and doors. The profile looks similar to that of timber so is sympathetic to historic styles while also incorporating modern technology.

Flush windows are more popular in uPVC but recently aluminium window manufacturers have also come up with great alternatives to timber.

Anthracite Casement windows with open window

Sash

Traditional Sliding Sash Windows

One of the greatest advances in glazing technology has to be the modern sliding sash window. With mock horns, Georgian styling, and stained glass options you can hardly tell the difference to look at. You will notice the difference in thermal efficiency and ease of use.

No more tugging at windows that have been painted shut and have warped over winter.

White uPVC sash window with Georgian bars

Bay & Bow

Bay and Bow Windows

Bay and bow windows open your room creating a feeling of space and light. With the additional side windows, you have more flexibility for opening windows and creating better airflow. Whether you are thinking of replacing windows in an existing bay or bow or considering opening up your space with a new bay window, you've come to the right place. We'll help you make the most of your space with the right choice of windows for your bay.

Bay window with stained glass top lights

Aluminium

Slim Framed Aluminium Windows

If you are looking for a window that is both strong and stylish then aluminium windows could be the answer. With slim sightlines and a range of finishes available, aluminium windows can offer a contemporary look to any home.

We've partnered with Aluk and Origin to give the widest range of quality aluminium window choice.

Origin aluminium bay window

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Frequently asked questions about Tilt & turn Windows

Can tilt and turn windows open outwards?

Tilt and turn windows only open inwards; they do not open outwards. These windows have a unique design that allows them to operate in two ways: tilting inwards from the top or swinging open fully inwards like a casement window.

When you want to ventilate the room without fully opening the window, you can turn the handle to the “tilt” position. This allows the top of the window to tilt inwards, creating a small gap along the top edge. This tilting function enables controlled ventilation while still providing security and safety, as the window remains partially closed.

To fully open the window for maximum ventilation or for cleaning purposes, you turn the handle to the “turn” position. In this mode, the entire window sash swings inward, hinged on the side, allowing for easy access to both sides of the glass.

Tilt and turn windows are popular in many regions due to their practicality, energy efficiency, and ease of cleaning. Their ability to provide controlled ventilation and easy access for maintenance makes them a versatile and desirable choice for many homeowners and building designers.

Are tilt and turn windows easy to clean and maintain?

Yes, tilt and turn windows are relatively easy to clean and maintain, making them a popular choice for many homeowners. The unique design of tilt and turn windows allows for easy access to both sides of the glass, simplifying the cleaning process compared to some other window types.

For cleaning the outside surface of the window, you can fully open the window in the “turn” position, which allows you to reach and clean the exterior glass from the inside of your home. This eliminates the need for ladders or cleaning the outside from the ground level, which can be especially helpful for upper floors or hard-to-reach areas.

Additionally, the inward tilting function of these windows makes it convenient to clean the external window frame and the surrounding areas. You can easily reach and wipe down the exposed surfaces when the window is in the “tilt” position.

What are the differences between tilt and turn windows and traditional casement windows?

Tilt and turn windows and traditional casement windows are two distinct types of windows, each offering unique features and benefits. Here are the key differences between the two:

Opening Mechanism:

Tilt and Turn Windows: Tilt and turn windows have a dual-function opening mechanism. They can be tilted inwards from the top, providing controlled ventilation while maintaining security. Additionally, they can be fully opened inwards like a casement window, allowing for maximum airflow and easy cleaning.
Traditional Casement Windows: Casement windows open outward from hinges on the side. They typically have a single sash that swings open like a door, allowing for full ventilation but may not have the tilting feature for controlled ventilation.
Ventilation Options:

Tilt and Turn Windows: Tilt and turn windows offer more versatility in ventilation. The tilt function allows for controlled airflow without fully opening the window, providing security and safety. The turn function allows for maximum ventilation when needed.
Traditional Casement Windows: Casement windows provide full ventilation when opened completely, but they do not offer a controlled tilt option like tilt and turn windows.
Cleaning:

Tilt and Turn Windows: Tilt and turn windows are easier to clean as both sides of the glass can be accessed from inside the building. The inward-opening feature allows for convenient exterior cleaning without the need for exterior access.
Traditional Casement Windows: Cleaning traditional casement windows may require reaching the exterior from outside or using a ladder, especially for upper floors, which can be less convenient.
Aesthetics:

Tilt and Turn Windows: Tilt and turn windows often have a modern, sleek appearance and are suitable for contemporary architectural styles.
Traditional Casement Windows: Casement windows are available in various styles and can complement both traditional and modern building designs.
Safety:

Tilt and Turn Windows: The tilt function allows for secure ventilation as the window remains partially closed, making it more difficult for intruders to gain access.
Traditional Casement Windows: Casement windows may have security concerns when left open, as they fully open outward and could be susceptible to break-ins if not properly secured.
In summary, tilt and turn windows offer more versatility in ventilation and easier cleaning from inside the building, while traditional casement windows provide full exterior ventilation when opened but may require more effort for cleaning and exterior access. The choice between the two types of windows depends on individual preferences, architectural style, and functional requirements for each specific application.

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